Russia will stay on the ISS until 2028

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Date: 22 Sep 2022 Time: 00:10:58

Director General of Roscosmos Borisov said that Russia will continue to operate the ISS until 2028.

Russia will continue to operate the International Space Station (ISS) until 2028, Roscosmos CEO Yuri Borisov said. His words were quoted by TASS.

He specified that after 2024 Russia would cooperate with the station project according to its status, but “with a high probability” it would remain until 2028. Borisov added that the Russian Federation “always clearly complies with its international obligations.”

In late July, Borisov announced that Russia would begin leaving the ISS after 2024. “Whether in mid-2024 or 2025, everything depends on, among other things, the status and performance of the ISS,” explained New. Director of Rossosmos.

Later, Roscosmos executive director of manned programs Sergey Krikalev explained that the specific date of Russia’s withdrawal from the project is determined by the technical conditions of the ISS. He admitted that an exit could happen after 2028.



Source: lenta.ru

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